Sustainability

Our approach to recycling strictly complies with current environmental regulations. We strive to optimize the use of waste from vegetable oils to the maximum, guaranteeing compliance with established standards at all times.

Circular economy

The circular economy is characterized as an economic and social system that seeks the production of goods and services while minimizing the consumption and waste of natural resources, water and energy. Its objective is to encourage the reuse, recycling and regeneration of materials, thus promoting sustainability and efficient use of resources.

Biofuels are liquid fuels of renewable origin derived from biomass. These fuels, either in their pure form or mixed in different proportions, can be used as substitutes or additives to conventional fuels, such as diesel and gasoline.

Biodiesel blends available at service stations are suitable for use in any vehicle equipped with a diesel engine.

Biodiesel

Biodiesel is a fuel produced from oils and fats of vegetable and animal origin. Through a transformation process, these fats are converted into a fuel with properties similar to diesel. Biodiesel is specially designed to be used in conventional diesel engines. Our focus on biodiesel offers significant environmental benefits by reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90%, contributing to the mitigation of climate change. In addition, biodiesel improves performance and prolongs the useful life of engines due to its lubricating properties, resulting in greater performance and durability. In socioeconomic terms, the use of biodiesel entails significant energy savings, estimating up to 96% savings compared to fossil fuels. This has a positive impact on both the economy and energy sustainability.

Biodiesel is a fuel produced from oils and fats of vegetable and animal origin. Through a transformation process, these fats are converted into a fuel with properties similar to diesel. Biodiesel is specially designed to be used in conventional diesel engines.

Our focus on biodiesel offers significant environmental benefits by reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90%, contributing to the mitigation of climate change. In addition, biodiesel improves performance and prolongs the useful life of engines due to its lubricating properties, resulting in greater performance and durability. In socioeconomic terms, the use of biodiesel entails significant energy savings, estimating up to 96% savings compared to fossil fuels. This has a positive impact on both the economy and energy sustainability.

A single liter of oil can contaminate up to 1,000 liters of water. On average, a person uses around 13 liters of oil per year, of which approximately 50% is wasted. It is important to note that the oil discharged through the pipes has a polluting load 5,000 times greater than urban wastewater. When this oil reaches rivers, it forms a thin layer on the surface that prevents oxygenation of the water, which results in the death of aquatic animals and plants. Raising awareness about these negative effects and properly managing used oil is essential to preserve our aquatic ecosystems.

 

A single liter of oil can contaminate up to 1,000 liters of water. On average, a person uses around 13 liters of oil per year, of which approximately 50% is wasted. It is important to note that the oil discharged through the pipes has a polluting load 5,000 times greater than urban wastewater. When this oil reaches rivers, it forms a thin layer on the surface that prevents oxygenation of the water, which results in the death of aquatic animals and plants. Raising awareness about these negative effects and properly managing used oil is essential to preserve our aquatic ecosystems.

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